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Towards a Unified Service Description Language for the Internet of Services: Requirements and First Developments

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Towards a Unified Service Description Language for the Internet of Services: Requirements and First Developments
Service-oriented Architectures (SOA) and Web services leverage the technical value of solutions in the areas of distributed systems and cross-enterprise integration. The emergence of Internet marketplaces for business services is driving the need to describe services, not only from a technical level, but also from a business and operational perspective. While, SOA and Web services reside in an IT layer, organizations owing Internet marketplaces are requiring advertising and trading business services which reside in a business layer. As a result, the gap between business and IT needs to be closed. This paper presents USDL (Unified Service Description Language), a specification language to describe services from a business, operational and technical perspective. USDL plays a major role in the Internet of Services to describe tradable services which are advertised in electronic marketplaces. The language has been tested using two service marketplaces as use cases.
Jorge Cardoso, Alistair Barros, Norman May, Uwe Ky
Added 15 Aug 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where IEEESCC
Authors Jorge Cardoso, Alistair Barros, Norman May, Uwe Kylau
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